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Gianni Infantino

Doping not a big problem in the sport, says Infantino

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Moscow (AFP) – FIFA president Gianni Infantino on Friday sought to distance football from any suspicions of the widespread doping in other sports that has cast a cloud over World Cup hosts Russia.

Russia have been stripped of a third of the medals they won as hosts of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and last week a ban on the country taking part in international athletics was upheld by the sport’s governing body the IAAF.

Doping not a big problem in the sport, says Infantino

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Moscow (AFP) – FIFA president Gianni Infantino on Friday sought to distance football from any suspicions of the widespread doping in other sports that has cast a cloud over World Cup hosts Russia.

Russia have been stripped of a third of the medals they won as hosts of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and last week a ban on the country taking part in international athletics was upheld by the sport’s governing body the IAAF.

FC Barcelona

Everton: Ronald Koeman Tells Catalan Newspaper He Harbours Dreams Of Coaching Barcelona One Day

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Everton bossRonald Koeman has told a Catalan newspaper that he still harbours dreams of returning to Barcelona as manager some day.

With Luis Enrique stepping down at the end of the season, speculation is rife as to who will inherit his Barca team with Koeman's name regularly cropping up in discussion.

Barcelona: fin de ciclo.

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EL MADRID ENTIERRA A UN TRISTE BARÇA
UN BARÇA QUE YA NO ES
EL PEOR FINAL DE CICLO



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Has Thiago Silva Reached an Agreement with Barca?

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Today Catalan media house, SPORT broke the story of an apparent agreement being reached between the Brazilian central defender, Thiago Silva and FC Barcelona on a move to Camp Nou. As per the story, the Brazilian has agreed for a 5 year deal with the Club and decided to take a substantial pay cut to join Barca.

Barca Fantasy Football Transfer Edition 1 - Thiago, Villa and Rooney in the same Ship

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Like I wrote in my previous post FC Barcelona's Summer Transfer Targets, Catalan media houses has a penchant to border the realms of fantasy while transfer windows are open. Yes, boys it's gonna happen; otherwise SPORT will make it happen. First we will place 4 Million and Thiago Alcantara and David Villa in a boat and send it to Manchester, they will place Wayne Rooney in it and send the boat back.

Springing Back - AFR Voice Ep.14 Spring is in the air, except in...

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Springing Back - AFR Voice Ep.14

Spring is in the air, except in freezing cold London, so it's an especially husky outing for the AFR Voice team as they wrap up the last two weeks in football. Amidst all the usual winter fare of Premier League and FA Cup action, the green shoots of MLS and the Champions League have sprung again, we've seen quite literally a new breed of pitch invader, and perhaps most importantly, you can now watch games from a pitch side jacuzzi in Zurich (and yes, you did read that last point correctly).

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Santa’s Sack - AFR Voice Ep. 19 This week’s show sees us a...

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Santa's Sack - AFR Voice Ep. 19

This week's show sees us a man down - and before you ask, no we haven't sacked Ben for overseeing a series of poor pod performances (he'll be back next week), but we will be discussing the goings on of a weekend of boardroom-based carnage in the Premier League.

Lifting Cups and Groups of Death - AFR Voice Ep.18 In the last...

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Lifting Cups and Groups of Death - AFR Voice Ep.18

In the last week, football in the US has received its fair share of drama – the national team was drawn in a ‘Group of death' for the 2014 World Cup and we witnessed one of the most dramatic MLS Cup finals in recent memory.

Will Brazil be ready? - AFR Voice Ep.17 With the world’s eyes...

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Will Brazil be ready? - AFR Voice Ep.17

With the world's eyes turning to Brazil for this week's World Cup draw, we'll be discussing whether the country will in fact be ready to host 32 teams once next Summer comes round. After a series of missed deadlines, a tragic disaster at the stadium that's due to host the opening match of the tournament, and the country attempting to construct more stadiums than it needs to, how much of a realistic possibility is it that everything won't be completed in time?

Solid as a Rock - AFR Voice Ep. 15 It’s been a big week of...

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Solid as a Rock - AFR Voice Ep. 15

It's been a big week of football for a number of European nations, and perhaps none more so than UEFA's newest member, Gibraltar. After finally having their national team recognised in the International arena, they've taken on Slovakia in their first ever game, and only gone and got a draw.

We’re Surrounded by Playoffs - AFR Voice Ep. 14 The game...

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We're Surrounded by Playoffs - AFR Voice Ep. 14

The game in America has been bubbling with high-stakes games and news stories of late, so we dialed up Andrew Wiebe, from MLSsoccer.com and the ExtraTime Radio Show, to get his views on some eye-catching surprises in the first set of Playoff games, discover whether he thinks David Beckham's Miami franchise can give the MLS a foothold in the South East, and question what the USMNT can expect to achieve in Brazil.

Afghanistan United - AFR Voice Ep.13  This week our feature...

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Afghanistan United - AFR Voice Ep.13

This week our feature interview is with May Jeong, a freelance journalist based in Kabul, Afghanistan. She'll be talking to us about the resurgence of the Afghan national team, and how recent victories against Pakistan and in the South Asian Championship have helped to bring the nation together.

Man On A Mongolian Mission - AFR Voice Ep. 12 This week, we...

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Man On A Mongolian Mission - AFR Voice Ep. 12

This week, we explore the outpost of the Mongolian Premier League and meet the young English manager aiming to put the nation on the football map, Paul Watson. We hear about the challenges of working in sub-zero temperatures, the hunt to find undiscovered talent, and how such an extraordinary opportunity transpired.

AFR Voice Ep. 11 - Rossi’s Recovery After two major knee...

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AFR Voice Ep. 11 - Rossi's Recovery

After two major knee injuries and the best part of two years on the sidelines, Giuseppe Rossi is back playing - and he's back in the goals too. This week we'll be talking to AFR writer William Giles about the striker's resurgence, which was illustrated in emphatic fashion by a superb hatrick for Fiorentina against Juventus at the weekend, as well as chatting about how far La Viola can go in Serie A this season.

AFR Voice Ep.10 - Colombia come in from the cold After an...

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AFR Voice Ep.10 - Colombia come in from the cold

After an almighty glut of crucial World Cup fixtures, we've a whole new set of countries to welcome to a rather large party in Brazil next summer. More ecstatic than most will be Colombia. After 16 years in World Cup exile, they are finally back in the hunt to get their hands on the Jules Rimet trophy.

AFR Voice Ep.9 - Belgian Waffle This week’s show sees us take a...

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AFR Voice Ep.9 - Belgian Waffle

This week's show sees us take a look at Sam Allardyce picking up where Spain left off in the tactical genius department, Zlatan raising his hands to the lasers in France's Classique, Roma continuing their perfect start to the Serie A season, and asking the big question: if Jose Mourinho really can smell goals, then what do they actually smell like?

AFR Voice - Uncovering the Homeless World Cup AFR Voice is back...

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AFR Voice - Uncovering the Homeless World Cup

AFR Voice is back for episode two of the season, and we're throwing ourselves two footed into everything that the footballing world has to offer this week.

Did the Confederations Cup not quite do it for you tournament-wise this Summer?

End of Season Special - AFR Voice, Ep. 20 It’s over. It’s over...

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End of Season Special - AFR Voice, Ep. 20

It's over. It's over for another season. But as the transfer window gets wrenched open, the managerial merry-go-round starts to gain momentum, and the last of the champagne-drenched Bayern Munich and Crystal Palace players get scraped up from the Wembley turf, AFR Voice is back one last time to get under the skin of the weekend's action.

The Final Countdown - AFR Voice. Ep 19 The pod wraps up all of...

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The Final Countdown - AFR Voice. Ep 19

The pod wraps up all of the last day action of the Premier League with a focus on the North London scrabble for a Champions League place and we wave off Sir Alex Ferguson, Jamie Carragher, Paul Scholes and Michael Owen to name a few. We even highlight the chance to own Sir Alex's final piece of gum chewed as the Manchester United manager.

Business Time - AFR Voice, Ep 18. It’s early May, which in...

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Business Time - AFR Voice, Ep 18.

It's early May, which in footballing terms generally means one thing: it's business time. And AFR Voice is punching in for this week's audio shift with plenty to talk about. Whether it be a 33-man match in Norway, horror challenges on reporters in Denmark, or the hottest thing out of the Madrid branch of IKEA since someone burnt the meatballs, we've got it covered.

AFR Voice Special - Graeme Le Saux & Faye White The...

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AFR Voice Special - Graeme Le Saux & Faye White

The Champions League trophy has landed in London and AFR Voice can proudly say it had a hand in the journey after UEFA kindly invited us to see the famous big-eared trophy travel through the capital. The curvaceous silverware was transported via tube, taxi and London bus on it's way to the home of English football for the glamour final.

Chewy Suarez - AFR Voice Ep. 17 The Premier League title race...

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Chewy Suarez - AFR Voice Ep. 17

The Premier League title race may be all wrapped up by now, but AFR Voice is by no means finished with the season just yet. With plenty of football still to be played, we'll be taking a look this week at the movers and shakers in England and abroad, as well as discussing the latest artificial playing surface controversy to hit Norway, managerial frat parties in Eastern Europe, and Manchester United's Shinji Kagawa playing Dr.

Relegation Delegation - AFR Voice Ep. 16 Okay okay, as much as...

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Relegation Delegation - AFR Voice Ep. 16

Okay okay, as much as we try, we can't seriously muster the belief that the Premier League title race has been blown wide open, even if Manchester City did triumph against their neighbours on Monday. After speeding through the Manchester derby, we pulled up and rubbernecked the almighty scramble for survival at the foot of the table.

The Long Road to Rio - AFR Voice Ep 15 We may be in the middle...

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The Long Road to Rio - AFR Voice Ep 15

We may be in the middle of an International break but AFR Voice isn't taking a time out. No sir. We've got our passports out and spend this week's podcast picking up some serious air miles as we charge around the globe bringing you everything you need to know about the World Cup qualifiers on 5 different continents.

Africa Cup Of Nations Debrief - AFR Voice Ep.12 What a couple of...

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Africa Cup Of Nations Debrief - AFR Voice Ep.12

What a couple of weeks it's been in the world of football. We start with an interview with ESPN FC's Mark Lomas to talk all things African Cup of Nations, before discussing the possible implications of the Europol match fixing scandal, what it means for football, and if there is a solution to the problem.

Mario, We Hardly Knew Ye - AFR Voice Ep.11 It’s been a magical...

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Mario, We Hardly Knew Ye - AFR Voice Ep.11

It's been a magical weekend of FA Cup action, but now the dust has settled, Luton have finished celebrating, and Oldham's Matt Smith has stopped shoving Martin Skrtel around the penalty area, let the latest of edition of AFR Voice take you through all the highs and lows of what was a truly rollercoaster weekend of fourth round drama.

Through The Window - AFR Voice Ep.10 Blow up the balloons, get...

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Through The Window - AFR Voice Ep.10

Blow up the balloons, get those cake candles lit and fire up the party tunes - it's the January transfer window's 10th birthday! To celebrate the momentous occasion we give the old boy the birthday bumps - providing a bruising analysis of the Premier League institution.

State Of The Game - AFR Voice Ep9 With the start of the New Year...

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State Of The Game - AFR Voice Ep9

With the start of the New Year comes a brand new audio offering from AFR Voice, packed with all of the news and views from a frantic festive period of Premier League fixtures that seemed to have more games than a Nadal-Federer Wimbledon final.

Christmas Special - AFR Voice Ep8 With Christmas drawing near,...

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Christmas Special - AFR Voice Ep8

With Christmas drawing near, and the European leagues taking a well-earned rest (while the Premier League does quite the opposite), AFR Voice has delved into its sack of festive audio treats to bring you all of the action from the PL and the rest of Europe over the last couple of weeks.

Crisis FC! - AFR Voice - Ep7 Since AFR last loosened up its...

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Crisis FC! -AFR Voice - Ep7

Since AFR last loosened up its larynx, there was a series of high profile exits from the football juggernaut. Pulling his ripcord first was David Beckham, who looks set for a safe and particularly well-paid landing in France. Next up was Roberto Di Matteo and Mark Hughes – both unceremoniously ejected from West London into no man's land.

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No La Liga or Serie A In Canada: beIN SPORT’s Alienation of Canadian Viewers

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As a Real Madrid supporter, the 2012-13 season was disappointing for various reasons. The team relinquished its title to Barcelona, was knocked out for the third straight time in the Champions League semi-finals, and was torn apart by in-fighting within the dressing room. These events were tough for any Madridista, but the worst part for me was that other than the Champions League, I was unable to watch any part of my team's season on television.

beIN SPORT Acquires US Media Rights to Russian Premier League

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beIN SPORT has acquired the US media rights to the Russian Premier League beginning with the new season.

The 2013-14 season of the Russian Premier League kicks off on Saturday, July 13 and runs through May, 2014. The Russian Premier League features several top sides including Anzhi, CSKA Moscow, Spartak Moscow, Zenit St Petersburg and Rubin Kazan.

The Rest

Suggerimenti per vincere alle Scommesse Sportive

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Quasi tutti hanno un amico veramente appassionato di scommesse sportive. Verrebbe da pensare che sia "drogato" per le scommesse stesse ma non è necessariamente questa la spiegazione. Ti sorprender, infatti, sapere che tanta gente scommette giusto per divertimento, perchè ama lo sport e vedere gli incontri sportivi quando possibile.

A Hero For Our Time

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Spurs comprehensively dismantled QPR yesterday at White Hart Lane with a first half display of sustained flowing football that was delightfully easy on the eye. Everyone contributed and there's a confidence about the way they went about taking control of the game from the kick-off that is remarkable given this is only Pochettino's third competitive match in charge.

Coalville RFC

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COALVILLE 12-47 OLD NORTHAMPTONIANS Saturday 30th November 2013 Midlands 1 East Memorial Ground, Hall Lane, Coalville, LE67 5PF
With no football games locally that grabbed my attention I decided to go and try my hand at rugby union photography for the first time. After checking the fixtures on the RFU's website I chose a game in Midlands 1 East, which is one of the regional leagues that sits at the sixth level of the game in England.

AFR Voice - Football is back and so are we The sweet smell of...

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AFR Voice - Football is back and so are we

The sweet smell of cut grass, the piercing sound of the referee's whistle and moans at Arsenal's transfer woes are in the air again...which can mean only one thing – football is back .

The AFR Voice squad are changing up their style of play this season, with a greater emphasis on ‘voice' than ever before.

Baseball in Deutschland

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Jeder Sportinteressierte schaut sich sicher gerne um, was es auf dem deutschen Markt für Angebote in Sachen des Sportes gibt. Schnell werden Sie feststellen, dass neben Tennis, Fußball und Schwimmen auch Baseball in Deutschland angeboten wird. Bereits seit 1984 gibt es Baseball in Deutschland, denn in diesem Jahr wurde die Liga des Baseballs gegründet.

Die 5 häufigsten Sportverletzungen beim Fußball

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Jeder kennt den beliebten Sport Fußball. Vielleicht gehen Sie auch das eine oder andere Mal in ein Stadion um ein Spiel live anzusehen. Auch im Fernsehen gibt es die Möglichkeit, Fußballspiele mittels Übertragung anzuschauen. Und viele Menschen gehen in Gruppen los, um Spiele im Stadion oder im Fernsehen zu gucken.

Sportmedizin in Köln

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Ohne Zweifel gehört Köln, die Metropole am Rhein, zu den schönsten Städten in Deutschland. Eine wichtige Sehenswürdigkeit ist der Kölner Dom, Köln hat allerdings noch viel mehr zu bieten. Die Rheinmetropole ist nicht nur eine Karnevalshochburg, denn wenn Sie aktiv Sport treiben, finden Sie dafür zahlreiche Möglichkeiten.